‘The Feast’ Trailer: IFC Midnight Serves Up A Welsh Horror That’ll Have You Rethinking Holiday Dinner

With a title like The Feast, Thanksgiving is the perfect time for IFC Midnight’s latest horror treat. A standout in the Midnighters section of this year’s SXSW, the Welsh horror comes from Doctor Who director Lee Haven Jones, and based on the new trailer it might give you second thoughts about holiday dinner.

It’s hard to tell what’s really going on, but the story follows a young server at an upscale dinner party in rural Wales. And look, there isn’t a lot that’s gory here, but this thing is still pretty gross, especially if you’re particular about what happens to your food before it gets to you. The film stars Annes Elwy, Lisa Palfrey, and Caroline Berry.

IFC Midnight will serve up The Feast on November 19th in theaters and VOD.


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